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Sunday, November 11, 2018

Bay Area arts organizations see changes at the top by Janos Gereben

After years, sometimes decades, of steady leadership, major Bay Area arts organizations are undergoing big changes. San Francisco Symphony Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas, 73, is steppi…

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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Sundays-in-the-park band leader Michael Wirgler retires by Janos Gereben

Maestro Michael Wirgler’s fondest memories of making music in Golden Gate Park for decades have been of families listening to the concerts together and children dancing in the front row. &…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Merola commissions new work on 60th anniversary by Janos Gereben

San Francisco composer Jake Heggie and librettist Gene Scheer are embarking on what seems like an impossible mission: writing a two-act opera based on Julien Green’s 1947 Faustian fantasy,…

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Thursday, June 11, 2015

'28 Chinese' spotlights contemporary art by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum's new exhibit "28 Chinese" showcases the fruits of Don and Mera Rubell’s labors, which began 51 years ago when they got marr…

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'28 Chinese' spotlights contemporary art by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum's new exhibit "28 Chinese" showcases the fruits of Don and Mera Rubell’s labors, which began 51 years ago when they got marr…

Linked From archives.sfexaminer.com at 07:00AM
Tuesday, June 9, 2015

‘Two Women’ goes from novel and film to opera by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben San Francisco Opera Music Director Nicola Luisotti sounds like a proud midwife, talking about this week’s world premiere of “Two Women” (“La Ciociara”)…

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‘Two Women’ goes from novel and film to opera by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben San Francisco Opera Music Director Nicola Luisotti sounds like a proud midwife, talking about this week’s world premiere of “Two Women” (“La Ciociara”)…

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Monday, June 8, 2015

S.F. Opera's 'Les Troyens' dazzles by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben "What joy!" were the first words the chorus sang when the curtain went up Sunday afternoon in the War Memorial Opera House on the first complete production of He…

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S.F. Opera's 'Les Troyens' dazzles by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben "What joy!" were the first words the chorus sang when the curtain went up Sunday afternoon in the War Memorial Opera House on the first complete production of He…

Linked From archives.sfexaminer.com at 07:00AM
Sunday, June 7, 2015

S.F. Symphony big on Beethoven by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben Beethoven is everywhere, all the time, but the San Francisco Symphony festival this month makes a special case for the great composer. Music director Michael Til…

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

S.F. Symphony big on Beethoven by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben Beethoven is everywhere, all the time, but the San Francisco Symphony festival this month makes a special case for the great composer. Music director Michael Til…

Linked From The San Francisco Examiner at 10:19PM
Thursday, June 4, 2015

Performing arts aplenty by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben Dance, opera, symphonic, choral and jazz music are blooming in a season that also offers outdoor, moderately-priced (and some free!) performances as well as mult…

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Performing arts aplenty by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben Dance, opera, symphonic, choral and jazz music are blooming in a season that also offers outdoor, moderately-priced (and some free!) performances as well as mult…

Linked From archives.sfexaminer.com at 07:00AM
Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Supersized 'Trojans' lands on reinforced War Memorial stage by Janos Gereben

by Janos Gereben Opera director Francesca Zambello has seen the five-hour-long "Les Troyens" (“The Trojans”) more than 50 times, but she is eager to see upcoming performances…

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